Author has written 3 stories for Prince of Tennis, and Detective Conan/Case Closed.
Name: Mae ( just call me mae)
Age: 13 years old
I always hear them when i was in kinder... Well the children likes cartoon than anime of course they cant understand it well... But when they grow older they like anime more than cartoon..
Hobbies: Using Computer, Reading Manga, Watching Anime and Playing badmenton
Subjects i hate: Math, Hekasi
Subjects ( I like): Science, English and Mape
Birthday: December 14
Colors: Blue, White, Orange and Black
FB account: www.facebook.com/kathlene.delacruz.9 and my other account mae.delacruz.184
Favorite Anime/Manga: Prince of Tennis, Detective Conan, Kaichou wa Maid-sama, Kuroshitsuji, Pandora Hearts and others
Favorite Quotes: Mada Mada Dane and There's always one truth
Favorite Charater: Echizen Ryoma/Ryoma Echizen, Edogawa Conan/Kudo Shininchi, Usui Takumi, Ayuzawa Misaki, Rin Okumura, Mashiro and Azuki( Bakuman) also Akihisa Yoshii, Ciel Phantomhive, Allen Walker, Oz Bezarius ( Im not sure if it's correct cuz i forgot) and others...
Favorite Anime Openings/Endings: Rosario Vampire II , Dog Days, P.O.T ( Dear Prince), DC (Many Fv.) D.Gray Man, Ouran High School Host Club, Kirarin Revolutin, Kaleidoscope, Myself; Yourself, Tokimeki Memorial Only Love, H.O.T.D, Guilty Crown ( MY Dearest), Naruto ( Harmonia), Bakuman, Kissxsis ( i only like the opening), Kaichou wa Maid-sama, Mayo Chiki, 07 Ghost, Ah! My Goddess( Episode 1), Pandora Hearts and others.
I Dont have Any Crush but Anime Crushes, I have.. :)
What are Anime and Manga?
Many people might say "Manga are Japanese comics, and Anime is the Japanese version of animation. Anime is usually, but not always, the animated version of popular manga." That's partially true, but it can be misleading. (Note that "anime" in Japan technically means any animated film, and "manga" is any printed cartoon, but people in the rest of the world take them to mean animated films or comics from Japan.)
First of all, though an outsider might think Japan "stole" comics from the West, this is not true. Japan has been making cartoonish art for a very long time (there are humorous ink drawings of animals and caricatured people from hundreds of years ago, bearing striking resemblances to modern manga). True, some aspects of manga are taken from the West (Osamu Tezuka, the "father" of modern manga, was influenced by Disney and Max Fleisher), but its main features, such as simple lines and stylized features, are distinctly Japanese. It may be that Chinese art and more influence than Western.
(Also, speaking of China, I should note that Anime is now a general Asian phenomenon, not just Japanese. I understand there are many fine works of manga and anime being produced in many places around the world. However, as far as I understand, the roots are in Japan, and Japan is still considered, at least here in the US, the center of the anime world. This may well change in the future.)
Secondly, Japanese manga and anime come in, for all sorts of people. Unlike the U.S., which generally seems to believe that "comics are for kids" (though this has been changing recently), Japanese manga-ka (manga writers) write for everyone from innocent young children to perverted sex-starved men (there is even a category for ex-juvenile delinquent mothers!). But even the kiddie stuff tends not to be as simple-minded as the American versions (not including intelligent American comics, but more thinking of TV shows). Children's manga and TV anime shows in Japan will sometimes depict death -- while the U.S. (on children's TV) seems determined to run away from such realities of life (note how the U.S. version of "GoLion" ("Voltron") deleted all references to one of the protagonist's death). And, not surprisingly, much of Japanese manga and anime includes scenes of students in class or doing homework, or of people working in their offices. The work ethic seems omnipresent in the background. Manga and anime also tend to protray technology sympathetically, while some U.S. comics seem almost to avoid it, or revile it, or simplify it as much as possible.
A third major difference is the unique Japanese manga and anime style, which is distinctive and fairly easy to recognize. This is not to say the style is limiting. Within this broad common stylistic ground, each manga artist's technique is distinct and unique. The stereotype is of characters with huge hair and large eyes, but there are many, many variations, from L. Matsumoto's seemingly unevenly drawn squash-shaped "ugly" protagonists, to the soft-edged figures in Miyazaki's work. And, of course, there is less emphasis on the "superhero" world of the U.S.. In most manga, the men and women aren't necessarily exaggerated extremes of their gender stereotypes, and they wear things other than skin-tight costumes. In fact, manga and anime characters tend to have unique and aesthetic tastes in fashion. (It's also true that many modern U.S. comics have thankfully broken this stereotype, and serious-matter cartoonists like Alan Moore or Art Spiegelman have always been around.)
And one minor difference between Japanese manga and general superhero comics like D.C. Comics or Marvel Comics (aside from the black and white nature of manga), is that manga are usually the vision of a single writer (though editors have a large say, and sometimes direct the story). Unlike the general superhero type, where many writers tend to do different plots and stories, manga are more like novels, complete and detailed worlds that are the vision of a single author. The characters remain consistent, and they are allowed to grow and develop. On a related topic, manga also tend to be drawn for a weekly or biweekly publication containing numerous other comics by other authors -- and the editors expect cliffhangers/you-really-want-to-read-the-next-issue endings each time. So the plot HAS to develop and HAS to be interesting at a fairly rapid clip. (There are, after all, crowds of hopeful would-be manga-ka waiting in the wings).
(One last difference is the onomatopoetic characteristic of the Japanese language; sound effects fit in much better, and look less stupid, than in English comics. This is just a facet of the language; translated manga sound effects also don't work as well.)
Perhaps it is the mix of harsh reality with the tantalizing world of fantasy that makes Japanese manga and anime so appealing. Many popular series, such as Doraemon, Ranma 1/2 and Kimagure Orange Road, follow the lives of seemingly ordinary people -- they go to school, do homework, get reprimanded by parents -- who have a shadow life that makes them somehow special, whether by psionic talent or friends who are rather different (robots from the future, or aliens from other worlds). I suppose all this serves to allow the reader to sympathize with the characters, and yet escape from bland, normal daily life to a fantasy world that is far different.
Even in worlds that exist in the far future, or long ago, the reader is drawn into a 3-dimensional character, one who is far from perfect, one who has stupid little habits or major character flaws -- and who has hopes and dreams that the reader can sympathize with. Unlike some American super heroes, who often seem to just go around defeating Evil (as wonderfully spoofed in American comic "The Tick"), Japanese characters usually have other goals in life that play large themes within their lives. I heard recently the characterization that manga and anime are "character oriented." The more I think about, the more I think this is the right description. Characters aren't forced into plots, like a foot into a too-tight shoe; instead, stories grow out of the characters. The heart of manga and anime is in the hearts of the characters.
That brings us to three other aspects of manga and anime that I really like: the reality of the world, the spirituality, and the fact that things end.
With comics, the merging of art and words creates a unique medium. The art pulls in the mind, and the words make the reality. A picture may be worth a thousand words, while words may convey what art cannot, but the two types together are truly powerful. As for Anime, animation can do inexpensively what special effects crews couldn't even touch until the recent rise of computer graphics. Art is a limited form of virtual reality. Art, however, requires plot to make a story come to life.
As I've said, even children's Japanese comics and animation deal with things like death. They also show that one's enemies aren't Just Evil. In series like Gundam, you can see that the enemies have hopes and dreams of their own, and do, in fact, have reasons for what they do. They aren't just crazy, or just plain evil. They're real.
Actions have consequences. If the protagonist screws up, he or she has to deal with those results ... and, if the person is smart, he or she will remember not to make that mistake again! The characters grow and change, learn new skills, get better at old skills, mature and gain wisdom (unless, of course, it's a comical series like Doraemon :)
Another trait of manga and anime that I have always liked (though perhaps I hadn't realized it until recently) is their tendency to contain a sense of spiritual optimism ... and not just simplistic good-over-evil stuff. Bad people can improve and find redemption. Unhappy heroes can find themselves, through personal crisis, and in doing so find happiness. Life does have meaning and purpose, though it must be fought for. Hard work will pay off ... but maybe only in the long run. Difficulties occur, but they can be overcome. Strength is found from helping others, even to the point of self-sacrifice... Not all stories have, but many do. And when these simple but universal themes are woven more or less convincingly into the fabric of good plots and characters, magic happens.
And finally, like all good stories and all real stories, manga and anime have a tendency to end. Heroes and heroines die, or get married, or disappear. The anime series are especially good about this. They tend to have one of three endings: the hero wins (the throne, the person of the opposite sex, whatever), the hero dies (usually after winning), the hero sort of wins (but at a great loss). Of course, the anime or manga is often carefully crafted to either jerk tears out of your eyes, or make you stare in wide-eyed absorption to the very very last line of the credits. I can't describe it here, but think of the ending to any truly good movie, and you probably have it.
I guess I've wandered quite a bit over this topic. I also probably displayed a bias for semi-serious manga/anime (which I prefer), and I also probably didn't quite describe the nature of certain genres (such as pure business manga, or sex manga, or the purely political humor comics). And, of course, I'm sort of glossing over the fact that there is LOTS of trash out there. Like any field, manga and anime have their lemons, the ones with no plot, 2-D characters, truly tasteless jokes, and artwork from hell. However, the best manga and anime are true gems that should not be missed -- little portals into other worlds that will entertain, educate, and delight.
YOUR GUY SIDE:
You love hoodies.
YOUR GIRL SIDE:
You wear lip gloss/stick.
25 REASONS I OWE MY MOTHER
1. My mother taught me TO APPRECIATE A JOB WELL DONE.
2. My mother taught me RELIGION.
3 . My mother taught me about TIME TRAVEL.
4. My mother taught me LOGIC.
5. My mother taught me MORE LOGIC.
6. My mother taught me FORESIGHT.
7. My mother taught t me IRONY.
8. My mother taught me about the science of OSMOSIS.
9. My mother taught me about CONTORTIONISM.
10. My mother taught me about STAMINA.
11. My mother taught me about WEATHER.
12. My mother taught me about HYPOCRISY.
13. My mother taught me the CIRCLE OF LIFE.
14. My mother taught me about BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION.
15. My mother taught me about ENVY.
16. My mother taught me about ANTICIPATION .
17. My mother taught me about RECEIVING.
18. My mother taught me MEDICAL SCIENCE.
19. My mother taught me ESP.
20. My mother taught me HUMOR.
21. My mother taught me HOW TO BECOME AN ADULT.
22. My mother taught me GENETICS.
23. My mother taught me about my ROOTS.
24. My mother taught me WISDOM.
25. And my favorite: My mother taught me about JUSTICE.
Girls Don't realize these things;
But most of all
Ladies always complain and gripe to their friends that there is never any good guys out there, and they always end up with assholes who mistreat them. Well ladies, next time you're complaining, maybe look up to see who you're complaining to, maybe that special someone is right there hanging on your every word as usual, screaming in his head "Why won't you give me a chance?"
If you're a guy and you agree with this letter, copy and paste into your profile as 'I'm sorry'
If You're one of the FEW girls with enough BALLS to copy and paste this into your profile, and you would never make your guy feel this way, copy and paste into your profile as 'Girls Don't Realize These Things'
Female come backs
Man: Where have you been all my life?
Man: Haven’t I seen you someplace before?
Man: Is this seat empty?
Man: Your place or mine?
Man: So, what do you do for a living?
Man: Hey baby, what’s your sign?
Man: How do you like your eggs in the morning?
Man: Your body is like a temple.
Man: I would go to the end of the world for you.
Man: If I could see you naked, I’d die happy.
Man: If I could rearrange the alphabet I’d put u and i together
Man: Your eyes they’re amazing.
If you repost this you will get a phone call 37 minutes after you repost
GIRLS REPOST THIS AS “female comebacks”
If you HATE child abusing like me copy and paste this to your profile.
My name is Sarah
I am but three,
My eyes are swollen
I cannot see,
I must be stupid
I must be bad,
What else could have made
My daddy so mad?
I wish I were better
I wish I weren't ugly,
Then maybe my mommy
Would still want to hug me.
I can't speak at all
I can't do a wrong
Or else I'm locked up
All the day long
When I awake I'm all alone
The house is dark
My folks aren't home.
When my mommy does come
I'll try and be nice,
So maybe I'll get just
One whipping tonight
Don't make a sound!
I just heard a car
My daddy is back
From Charlie's Bar.
I hear him curse
My name he calls
I press myself
Against the wall.
I try and hide
From his evil eyes
I'm so afraid now
I'm starting to cry.
He finds me weeping
He shouts ugly words,
He says its my fault
That he suffers at work.
He slaps me and hits me
And yells at me more,
I finally get free
And I run for the door.
He's already locked it
And I start to bawl,
He takes me and throws me
Against the hard wall.
I fall to the floor
With my bones nearly broken,
And my daddy continues
With more bad words spoken.
"I'm sorry!", I scream
But its now much too late
His face has been twisted
Into unimaginable hate.
The hurt and the pain
Again and again
Oh please God, have mercy!
Oh please let it end!
And he finally stops
And heads for the door,
While I lay there motionless
Sprawled on the floor.
My name is Sarah
And I am but three,
Tonight my daddy,
Child abuse, MAKE IT STOP!
Hush, little sister
I can see your arms
I know you scream
I can see the way
I know that people
Hey, little sister
You see, little sister
He screamed at me
You know, little sister
But hush, little sister
I'm sorry little sister
Uh oh little sister
Hush little sister
I Made a Summary ( Story): ( I made it)
The Girl's Feelings
When you were gone...
I cried and scream when i saw you died...
I wish you never left me alone...
As soon as you die i also want to die..
Our upperclassman/s stopped me..
when you were gone...
I cried and was lonely..
Senpai-tachi try to cheer me up but i cant smile anymore..
But tears cant stop flowing...
My Tears are saying please come back to me...
But, i cant just imaging thing...
Cuz no matter what you will never come back alive...
And always praying for you..
Even you died...
I will always love you and stay by side your side...
/End of Feelings/
/ it's just a summary /
When you were gone...
And didnt even chance to tell you something and last words...
You forgive me that day...
I havent reply to you..
When i came to your house..
I saw you dead..
And that's the day i came to reply...
But.. When i saw you..
My tears didnt stop..
And always prayed for you..
Also stayed by your side..
And i want to tell you something...
The Last words to you are..
" I love you, Im sorry and goodbye"
/End of Omake/
Boy: Uy! Member ka ba ng wondergirls?
Girl: HUH? Bakit?
Boy: cause i want nobody nobody but you!
Girl:ah. ehehe... sorry 2NE1 ako eh?
Girl: Kasi I dont care eh,eh,eh
Boy; I love you
Boy: sabi ko i love you
Girl: oo naririnig ko
Boy: Bakit hindi ka sumasagot?
Girl: BAkit? tanong ba yun?
I Wish I can:
"edit" my life
"save" the good memories
and " delete" my enemies
When we were younger, our mistakes that we just didnt care about them
But when you grow older you care about it now and the more you grow older, the more you have bigger mistakes and cant erase it anymore
XD ( this is just the way i think!)
" Never get tired of doing little things for others.
For Sometimes Little Things Occupy The Biggest Part
Of Their Heart."
" Truth Hurts...
Lies hurts MORE...
KEEP CALM AND ENJOY YOURSELF - CORRECT!
" A Real Man never stops trying to show woman
how much she means to him,
even after he got her."
" Without God I am Nothing" - TRUE!
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